Kappa Sigma’s pancake breakfast benefits veterans programs

CHESTERTOWN — The Kappa Sigma fraternity at Washington College has a long and proud tradition of supporting veterans charities, primarily through its semiannual pancake breakfast that has raised nearly $75,000 for the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign.

This semester’s pancake breakfast will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 20 at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 101 N. Cross St. in downtown Chestertown.

A donation of $5 — 100% of which goes to charity — will get you all-you-can eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, juices and coffee.  

The Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign supports a suite of veterans charities, including Homes for our Troops, a charity fighting the plight of homelessness among our nation’s veterans; Veterans Moving Forward, which  provides service dogs, facility dogs and emotional support dogs to veterans with physical and/or mental health challenges at no cost to the veteran or their family; and Veterans Success Resources Group, a nonprofit dedicated to facilitating access to professional and personal resources and networking for veterans and their families.

To learn more about the Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign, and to see the many other groups the organization supports, visit www.kappasigma.org/endowment-fund/military-heroes-campaign/.

Unable to come to the pancake breakfast but still want to support Kappa Sigma’s veterans causes? 

Checks payable to Washington College Kappa Sigma can be mailed to Hunter Frederick, 300 Washington Ave., Chestertown MD, 21620. 

For those who prefer to use electronic payments, you can click https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=2V8CP3GACUEZ2 for the chapter’s business PayPal account (“add a note” to indicate the donation is for the pancake breakfast and/or Military Heroes Campaign), or use Venmo (@Kappasigwashcoll).

For more information about the event, contact the chapter’s president, Hunter Frederick, at hfrederick2@washcoll.edu; the chapter’s service chairman, Matthew Brader, at mbrader2@washcoll.edu; or the chapter’s advisor, Aaron Krochmal, at akrochmal2@washcoll.edu.    


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